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Subject: Wharf Rat
Jerry's passion in this Wharf Rat is nice to hear again and so clearly!
Thanks again Charlie and Co... :)
Subject: Wharf Rat
There's not a whole lot good one can say about summer tour '92. I will say that the Wharf Rat from this show was one of the highlights of the 8-10 shows I saw that summer. The jam out of Wharf Rat really salvaged the trip all the way up to Chicago for me.
Subject: My second and final show
I remember Jerry forgetting the words in Uncle Johns, and the Loose Lucy debacle. I do not remember a lightning strike but I am sure it happened. It all seems like a vague dream now.
A pretty good show I'd say, interesting set list as others have mentioned.
Hello from Texas
Brian Brock -
Subject: dwarvish fingers
My third Dead show, but the first which I really dug into. That was quite a summer.
During Peggy-O I remember imagining an army of dwarves taking over a castle, walking step by step, very slowly, without fighting, just walking.
It's funny how Loose Lucy falls apart.
Crazy Fingers was another highlight for me.
ps. the Sting/storm stuff was from 93 - I remember feeling grumpy about the rain, and then the Dead played "Rain" and I felt embarrassed.
Ballison Drake -
Lightning hit Soldier Field that nite right before the show and they cleared the infield for awhile. Sting didn't come out but the Dead naturally did.
Subject: the one
thank you "cosmic" charlie for putting this board on . The sound is a lot better than on the audience copy.
if IT's NOT A GREAT SHOW, it's a good show with a nice set list and some good jams.
I would always remember the feeling of being a part of the audience inside soldier field that nite, clapping and singing a long not fade away with more than 50 000 people, it changed my life.
GRETTINGS FROM MARSEILLE